Teaching Archaeology through Games: Bringing Interactive Lessons into the Classroom

When teaching archaeology it may sometimes be challenging to incorporate group work and interactive lesson plans. Due to the sensitive and time consuming nature of archaeological field and lab work, it is difficult to provide a true archaeological experience during allotted class periods.

One way in which archaeological lesson plans can become more interactive is through the use of board games. Board games provide an interactive activity which causes students to work together. The rules to popular board games can be adapted to solve archaeological themed problems. This poster demonstrates methods for encouraging interactive learning and engagement via the use of board games.

Autor: Justin P. Williams

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